What is the Rated Ampacity of Copper AWG 4-3 Romex?
The amperage capacity will depend on the Type of Insulation, such as THW, THHN, etc. They all have different temperature ratings. This will show…
Electrical Question from Paula about Circuit Wiring
Received from Paula a Homeowner in Vicksburg, MS
Question: What is the rated ampacity of copper AWG 4 – 3 Romex wire with a #8 ground when used to route from an outside main panel to an inside sub-panel through a garage attic area? (Residential construction)
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Hi Paula – The amperage capacity will depend on the Type of Insulation, such as THW, THHN, etc. They all have different temperature ratings.
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